Lisa Stone is an award-winning interior designer specializing in high-end residential interiors. Lisa is well known for masterfully crafting bespoke, sophisticated interiors in a broad range of design aesthetics including transitional, traditional and modern. She continually strives to create original interiors that reflect the client’s taste, lifestyle and personality — interiors that are timeless, meaningful and most of all, livable. Trademarks of Lisa’s work include a keen eye for color and scale, meticulous attention to detail, the juxtaposing of disparate objects, and an added element of surprise.
In the design industry for over three decades, Lisa Stone began her own design business after training at some of the leading interior design firms in Philadelphia. Born and raised in Pittsburgh, to a creative family, where her love of art and design was fostered from a very young age, Lisa graduated from Drexel University’s Interior Design program at the top of her class. Her experience in project management through the years has helped her develop strong business acumen and gain broad industry knowledge, which gives her clients confidence and peace-of-mind. She is a passionate and dedicated designer that is well known for her personalized service, intense focus and commitment, while maintaining joy and enthusiasm for every project she designs.
While based in Philadelphia, Lisa has also completed projects in New York, Avalon, Margate, Washington D.C., Pittsburgh, Palm Beach and Jackson Hole, with other locations currently in development. Lisa’s clientele is as diverse as her interiors, ranging from singles to young families to empty nesters and multi-homeowners. The scope of her projects varies from single room updates to entire home renovations and new construction. During her career, Lisa has cultivated a team of skilled contractors and craftspeople, allowing her to offer a full range of design services, executed at the highest level.
Lisa’s greatest satisfaction comes from her clients’ expression of joy and contentment in their newly designed spaces.